Crochet Popping Cables Pouch Free Crochet Pattern
Table of Contents
Photo Gallery: My Samsung Galaxy SIII Phone Cozy Patterns
Photo Gallery: My Pouch Patterns
- Written Pattern
- Attaching Zipper and Lining
The Popping Cables Pouch begins with a long chain where sc's are crocheted on both sides to make an oblong base. Three rounds after, the popping cables stitch is begun to achieve it's elegant texture.
The popping cables stitch is something I learned from the book Crochet Stitches VISUAL Encyclopedia by Robyn Chachula. I simply arranged the cables differently to create an interesting texture.
This pouch can hold a Samsung Galaxy SIII since this pouch is made for my sister. However, it can be used to contain your vanity kit, pens, etc.
This pouch is made to hold a Samsung Galaxy SIII phone like these phone cozies.Click thumbnail to view full-size
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- 1 ball mercerized crochet cotton
- 1..65-mm crochet hook
- YKK zipper
- cloth for lining
- sewing thread, pins and needle
Length: 6.5 inches
Width: 3.5 inches
Gauge: 8 sc per inch
- ch, sc
- working on both sides of the foundation chain
- working in rounds
- working stitches below the current round
- ch - chain
- sc - single crochet
- sl st - slip stitch
- pc - popping cable stitch (ch 4, sl st to sc 3 rows below, TURN, 4 sc on ch-4)
1. Written Pattern
Foundation Chain: Ch 41.
Round 1: 5 sc on the second ch from hook, 38 sc across, 5 sc on the last ch, begin work on the other side of the chain, 38 sc across, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1.
Round 2: [(2 sc on the next ch) 5x, 38 sc across] 2x, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1.
Round 3: [(2 sc on the next ch, sc) 5x, 38 sc across] 2x, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1.
Round 4: (15 sc, pc, sc, pc, sc, pc, sc, pc, 2 sc, pc, 3 sc, pc, 4 sc, pc, 5 sc, pc, 6 sc, pc, 7 sc, pc) 2x, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1.
Round 5: 106 sc, sl st to 1st sc, ch 1.
Repeat Round 4 and 5 13 times.
Break off and weave in ends
- How to insert a zipper and line a crochet purse tutorial | carriewolf.net
This photo tutorial (with lots of great photos) will remove your fear of attaching zippers and lining to a crocheted bag. I was scared of that before too.
2. Attach Zipper and Lining
Once done with crocheting, it's time to insert the zipper and the lining, which most crocheters dread. I used to avoid zippers too.
However, the tutorial by Miss Carrie Wolf (link floating right) got me started with zippers and that made it possible for me to make a lot of zippered pouches!